She Felt Like Feeling Nothing

She Felt Like Feeling Nothing

From the bestselling author of the Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel series comes this poetic reminder of women's strength.  There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it's felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish. In She Felt Like Feeling Nothing, r.h. Sin pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. With this book, the poe...

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She Felt Like Feeling Nothing Reviews

  • lovingindie

    Le doy la puntuación más alta porque me ha sorprendido gratamente y he disfrutado mucho leyéndolo ♥

  • ♥Emm♥

    Precise, small prose carries the weight of massive emotions.

    A romantic tribute to the brave woman who overcomes hardships caused by a lover, caused by society, caused by her doubts.

    I feel like this might resonate more strongly with others than it did with me, though I did enjoy these, and the design of the book is stylish as well. I admire its intention -

    succeeds at being uplifting and in parts evocative of beautiful renewal and fresh beginnings.

    The themes get a bi

    Precise, small prose carries the weight of massive emotions.

    A romantic tribute to the brave woman who overcomes hardships caused by a lover, caused by society, caused by her doubts.

    I feel like this might resonate more strongly with others than it did with me, though I did enjoy these, and the design of the book is stylish as well. I admire its intention -

    succeeds at being uplifting and in parts evocative of beautiful renewal and fresh beginnings.

    The themes get a bit repetitive and I feel could be more daring or experimental, but overall a good collection.

    Overall 3.5/5

    Some quotes:

  • Nicole

    She Felt Like Feeling Nothing!!! First things first: I received this book through NetGalley.

     

    I read the first few pages and went straight to amazon to put the actual paperback on my wishlist, cause I need this at home.

     

    I'm not saying it's the best and most original stuff I ever read, but I loved it and it made me feel a lot of things. I can't wait to re-read this over and over again.

  • Hirdesh

    LATER

  • Julia Sapphire

    reread: may 10, 2018

    Was craving some R.H. Sin in my life so decided to give this one a re-read.

    Liked it slightly more then the first time but my opinions are still the same.

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    first read: march 26, 2018

    As most of you know already, I am a HUGE R.H. Sin fan and I love his work. Though I do have to say this is not my favourite by him. I have similar

    reread: may 10, 2018

    Was craving some R.H. Sin in my life so decided to give this one a re-read.

    Liked it slightly more then the first time but my opinions are still the same.

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    first read: march 26, 2018

    As most of you know already, I am a HUGE R.H. Sin fan and I love his work. Though I do have to say this is not my favourite by him. I have similar feelings with this one as I did with Algedonic, it was good but not amazing. I would still recommend this collection though as it does have a different tone compared to his other collections.

  • Guiana

    i honestly didn't

    care much for this

    one

    this was centred around

    a theme that Sin

    writes a lot about,

    a really

    important message

    but it was really hard to

    connect with any of

    the poems and pardon

    me, but i hate detached

    poetry

    there was also

    an abundant

    amount of unnecessary

    line breaks or

    lack of so it was confusing at times so

    i just can't help writing

    my next few reviews

    of his books like

    this

    there was not really

    wordplay or writin

    i honestly didn't

    care much for this

    one

    this was centred around

    a theme that Sin

    writes a lot about,

    a really

    important message

    but it was really hard to

    connect with any of

    the poems and pardon

    me, but i hate detached

    poetry

    there was also

    an abundant

    amount of unnecessary

    line breaks or

    lack of so it was confusing at times so

    i just can't help writing

    my next few reviews

    of his books like

    this

    there was not really

    wordplay or writing style that

    passed it off as poetry

    and where

    was the creativity?

    another thing, throughout

    his collections, this one and

    others, i've been looking for

    originality

    and fell short on

    that.

    the poems were

    the same

    the next piece just

    a very very

    close variation

    of the piece

    before

    i'm sorry

    but there's nothing

    left for me to say

    except that it

    was okay and quite

    disappointing

  • Sara➽[semi-hiatus] (Ink Is My Sword)

    it may be triggering for people who are or had been in an abusive relationship.

    the message was powerful

    until the poems started

    being quotes.

    i felt i was reading a self-help book

    full of inspirational messages

    and sometimes the voice of that

    it may be triggering for people who are or had been in an abusive relationship.

    the message was powerful

    until the poems started

    being quotes.

    i felt i was reading a self-help book

    full of inspirational messages

    and sometimes the voice of that annoying workout trainer

    “snap snap you are worth more”

    honestly, some poems were

    one line long

    if you are a punctuation worshipper

    then please stand 100 feet away

    if you are a fan of the correct use of caps

    then please stand 100000 feet away

    as a very amateur poetry writer

    i sometimes use the modern technique

    of using

    breaks

    and not

    punctuation

    but it just really didn’t work with me.

    if you are a poetry hoarder

    who loves to analyze the words

    to get the hidden

    meaning

    then stand infinite feet away

    this is pretty straightforward.

    i do appreciate the message

    it talks about self-worth

    and self-love

    and how we need to break from

    abusive relationships

    how attractive exterior can be misleading

    but although the theme was maintained

    it felt d i s c o n e c t e d

    but apart from that

    i liked the few extensive poems

    I am disappointed. I am not gonna hide it, I bleed feelings in the first 5 pages, but then I start bleeding disappointment.

  • Beth

    This is another book in the recent genre I'm calling "Platitudes, NOT POETRY." I get that it's tough being a young person, dealing with finding love, etc. But that is not enough! Where is the musicality of the language? Where is the art made with words? Where is the creativity, originality? Simply typing sentence fragments about emotions IS NOT POETRY! This is juvenile. And honestly, I'm really disheartened that I've read so many "poetry" books like this lately, and that they're popular - you ca

    This is another book in the recent genre I'm calling "Platitudes, NOT POETRY." I get that it's tough being a young person, dealing with finding love, etc. But that is not enough! Where is the musicality of the language? Where is the art made with words? Where is the creativity, originality? Simply typing sentence fragments about emotions IS NOT POETRY! This is juvenile. And honestly, I'm really disheartened that I've read so many "poetry" books like this lately, and that they're popular - you can do BETTER than this, publishers. We SHOULD demand better than this, readers. Come on!

    *Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC, provided by the author and/or the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  • Shealea

    At about page 30,

    I started skimming through

    the rest of this collection.

    By the end of it,

    I could not find any

    s u b s t a n t i a l

    p o e t r y .

    The so-called hymms

    were really just

    one-sentenced preaching

    expressed in

    a e s t h e t i c s .

    Pseudo-intellectual

    pseudo-inspirational

    content so generic that

    I am genuinely astounded

    this author has not been

    sued by every pharmaceutical

    drug store out there.

    J e s u s

    C h r i s t .

    Reading this felt like

    going through a series of

    poorly written and

    equally poorly edit

    At about page 30,

    I started skimming through

    the rest of this collection.

    By the end of it,

    I could not find any

    s u b s t a n t i a l

    p o e t r y .

    The so-called hymms

    were really just

    one-sentenced preaching

    expressed in

    a e s t h e t i c s .

    Pseudo-intellectual

    pseudo-inspirational

    content so generic that

    I am genuinely astounded

    this author has not been

    sued by every pharmaceutical

    drug store out there.

    J e s u s

    C h r i s t .

    Reading this felt like

    going through a series of

    poorly written and

    equally poorly edited

    self-help books

    full of quotes that leave readers

    e m p t y - h a n d e d .

    In all honesty,

    I found more entertainment

    in the 1-star reviews

    of this book

    than the book itself.

    If I were tasked to rename this heap

    of garbage, I'd call it:

    Quick disclosure:

    Clearly, that was a mistake on my part. Regardless, thank you, publishers!

    Actual rating:

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